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Instagramming With ... Hannah Gregg

Hannah Gregg is currently a college golfer at the University of Nevada. She'll be a senior when the next NCAA golf season comes around in the fall. Something else about her caught our eye recently, though.

Hannah has a blog called Little Bug, Big Goals, and she recently wrote a post headlined "10 Reasons You Should Date a Golfer."

Because it's hard not to hit it well when you've got AC/DC blasting πŸŽΆπŸ’£ #backinpink?

A video posted by Hannah Gregg (@hannnahbg) on

No. 1 on our own such list would be, "because some of them look like Hannah Gregg." But you really should check out Hannah's Top 10 reasons for dating a golfer - it's fun and, dare we say it, informative. About both Hannah and the golf world.

Hannah's list includes explanations and commentary, memes and gifs, but here are her 10 reasons:

1. We enjoy a challenge
2. We have laser focus
3. We can multi-task
4. We’re great listeners
5. We are good at noticing the little things
6. We dress well
7. We always come prepared
8. We’re resourceful and calm under pressure
9. We’re persistent
10. We are more than willing to bring you out to the course

But seriously, go check out Hannah's blog.

A video posted by Hannah Gregg (@hannnahbg) on

As for Gregg's golf, she recently finished second (losing in a playoff) at the West Coast Women's Amateur in Seaside, Calif.

Hannah began her college career at Division II Sonoma State, where she had five Top 10 finishes in two years of competition. Then she transferred to Division I Nevada and played her junior year there. As noted, her senior season is coming up.

Gregg is a representative to Nevada's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She caddies at Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento when not at school. And after school? Hannah has her eye on a career in sports media.

You can follow Hannah Gregg on Twitter (@Banana_Gregg) or Instagram (@hannnahbg) or on her Facebook page.

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